PLST 320 Quiz The First Amendment

PLST 320 Quiz The First Amendment and Individual Liberties

  1. Cross burning is not protected by the First Amendment.
  2. A suspect class is a classification that includes
  3. Purposeful discrimination is required under the
  4. A juvenile does not have a right to
  5. A law banning the burning of a draft card
  6. Advertising is protected by the First Amendment unless it is false and misleading.
  7. The Court in Plessy v. Ferguson
  8. Regulation of speech in a public forum cannot discriminate based on the content of the speech.
  9. Expression that incites illegal action
  10. The Supreme Court has held that it is unconstitutional for students to pray at school.
  11. The voluntary recitation of a prayer by children in public schools at the beginning of each day has been held unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
  12. A school cannot censor speech of its students in school if the government could not censor similar speech outside the school.
  13. All aspects of a criminal case, beginning with the police investigation, must comply with procedural due process.
  14. Corporations have no rights under the Due Process Clause
  15. The Supreme Court found that reimbursing the parents of Catholic school students for the cost of busing their children to school
  16. Strict scrutiny requires a “legitimate” governmental interest for the law, as opposed to the “compelling” government interest required under the rational basis test.
  17. The text of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
  18. The fairness doctrine
  19. The English law of seditious libel made it a crime
  20. Giving tax exemptions to religious institutions is unconstitutional because it is a form of state-sponsored religion.
  21. Procedural due process has little application to civil cases.
  22. When ruling on a law that banned virtual child pornography, the Supreme Court
  23. “One person, one vote” does not occur when the number of elected officials from different districts or geographical areas is not in proportion to the
  24. A law targets a suspect class when it classifies a group based on race, ethnicity, or national origin.
  25. A Washington, D.C. public school was prohibited from segregation because of
  26. Government aid to parochial school children is likely to be held unconstitutional
  27. The rational basis test for evaluating state laws
  28. When a law does not target a suspect or quasi-suspect class or affect a fundamental right, the Court applies the rational basis test.
  29. A tax exemption available only to a religious organization is unconstitutional.
  30. According to the Supreme Court, under some circumstances Congress has the authority to regulate speech.
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